Quality and Reliability Engineering International

Deep recurrent neural network‐based residual control chart for autocorrelated processes

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Abstract With the growth of automation in process industries, there is correlation in the process variables. Deep learning has achieved many great successes in image and visual analysis. This paper concentrates on developing a deep recurrent neural network (RNN) model to characterize process variables at vary time lags, and then a residual chart is developed to detect mean shifts in autocorrelated processes. The experiment results indicate that the RNN‐based residual chart outperforms other typical methods (eg, autoregressive [AR]‐based control chart, back propagation network [BPN]‐based residual chart). This paper provides guideline for deep learning technique employed as an effective tool in autocorrelated process control.

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